Ray Mesa

Rookie (5/17/89 / Grand Forks)

Skip, Fall, Repeat - Poem by Ray Mesa

I wanted you so badly
Now the crossroads come
I wanted you, truly deeply madly
I don't know where I am going or where I am from
But mute the sound
and hear my screams
I am fadeing into the background
and wakeing up from this nightmare turned dream

Slip, Fall, Repeat
If you want that one and only shine
skip a beat
and you'll find
That nothing is stable and neat
everything is wrong and blind
The only thing visable is defeat
I'm so disgusting I can't even see my feet
I am so worthless I can't wait to meet
the fans at the metal home
the golden Dome
There're throwing thorned roses at my kness
and aiming for my mic
Stealing my lunch money
and popping the tires on my bike
I am a mess
A mistake
Danger, Distress
Lord this is All I can take

She sleeps on my shoulder
Quite like a child
she is half fake and her heart is as cold as a boulder
she is so sick she even tastes mild
But she is so beautifull
So fucking pretty
she makes me feel like heaven
if only heaven was so shitty
so so pretty
like a diemond in my hand
a heart in a jar
she talks like a man, she walks like a man
but her heart is so so golden land
her legs devide and it's all mine
I'll be a father in time
father in

Comments about Skip, Fall, Repeat by Ray Mesa

  • B. Alexander (1/28/2008 11:29:00 AM)

    I love that phrase 'her legs devide and it's all mine'. nice one. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 10, 2006

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